New episodes of the long-running series "Cops" are in production to fulfill international obligations months after the show was cancelled amid Black Lives Matter protests, but will not air on any U.S. network.
With a fictional "912" emergency line, Adam Mansbach and A'Darius Bell hilariously respond to people who are too quick to call the police in everyday situations.
Police were able to locate a Honda Odyssey that they believe was the vehicle used by the shooters.
The Clayton County Sheriff's Office in Georgia said that an investigation had been launched following a social media video that showed an officer using "force."
Colorado Sergeant who posted "KILL EM ALL" on social media during protest will be suspend for five days.
William Reeves Durga, 21, shared a video of him dancing in front of his mugshot, taunting police. "Come and get me bi**h," he wrote in the video.
Speaking on the topic of cancel culture, McEnany said that "Paw Patrol" was cancelled and Lego City Police sales were stopped, despite the former still airing and the latter still being available for purchase.
Many police chiefs have long called attention to the need to restructure police departments.
Eminem had a lot to say his first collaboration with Kid Cudi, "The Adventures of Moon Man & Slim Shady," which released on Friday.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is assisting with the review of the incident involving former officers from California's Long Beach Police Department.
The cancelation comes as the unscripted police show came under scrutiny yesterday after representatives of the reality TV show said they destroyed footage of a black man, Javier Ambler II, dying in police custody.
"Cops'" cancelation comes amid calls for another unscripted police series, "Live PD," to be pulled off the air.
The news comes as "Cops" has been canceled following widespread demonstrations against racism and police brutality in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
"Cops" is coming to an end after 33 years on the Paramount Network for good after episodes were taken off of schedules following the death of George Floyd.
During a performance at a Bernie Sanders campaign rally, the Strokes performed fan favorite "New York City Cops," as police tried to stop fans from invading the stage.
Black and Latino drivers were also more than three times more likely to be removed from the vehicle, twice as likely to be handcuffed and faced higher odds of arrest than their white counterparts.
An Oklahoma man threatened to "blow the f***ing White House up" and kill President Trump if his wife wasn't released from jail.
"You can't block the crosswalk."
"I thought the sign represented what is going on now, and we can't just stand quiet. I wanted to tell people we could stop it with voting."
"I'm talking to you right now. Have you ever been to John George?" the dispatcher says to 'BBQ Becky'. "It's a mental facility."
Alexander Hill, 31, allegedly lifted a Mercedes-Benz, clocked it at 100 miles per hour to shake pursuing cops and then launched it like a blazing missile into an apartment complex.
The employee said he didn't know the officer was involved in the shooting at the time and that he's made jokes to other officers as well.